The Ctrl+V operation replaces an existence content RRS feed

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  • Good day!

    Maybe someone has encountered this issue...

    This only occurs in the IE 11 browser (I don't know about other versions, but in other browsers - not).

    There is a text editor (developed by Developer Express but it may not matter) on a webpage.

    - I have a written text in the editor

    - I copy another text from any source to the clipboard using CTRL+C

    - Set the cursor in the editor somewhere withing the written text

    - Paste the copied text using CTRL+V

    - The text is pasted but replaces part or the existing text right after the cursor position (like in replacement mode)

    It only occurs on certain computers. For example I can't reproduce it on mine despite I use IE 11 too.

    Maybe there is a known solution or setting in the browser?

    Thank you.

    Monday, October 2, 2017 10:44 AM

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